During the first five months of 2016, domestic Brazilian air traffic fell by 8.2% to 36.4 million passengers compared to the year-ago period, according to data from the Brazilian Association of Airlines (ABEAR). During May, domestic Brazilian air traffic fell by 9.9% compared to May 2015. International passenger traffic also fell, this time by 4.9% to 544,000, compared to May 2015. Domestic cargo air transportation fell by 14.6% in May to 25,600 tons, representing a 14.6 percent drop over May 2015. The drop over the five month period was 12.4%.
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